The rats and mice, made intellectually superior in the original Secret of N.I.M.H., return to Thorn Valley to groom their destined leader - young Timmy Brisby.
For young Russian Princess Anastasia, life is a fairy tale of royal palaces and fabulous wealth that go with being the cherished daughter of the mighty Czar Nicholas. Produced by Golden Films. Directed by Diane Eskenazi.
Based on the historical legend of Czar Nicholas and his family. As a young princess in Russia, Anastasia leads a happy childhood surrounded by her loving royal family, her heirloom Faberge egg collection and her protective little birds - Cyril, Miska and Dimitri. She secretly ventures outside the palace walls to bring food to hungry peasant children and to visit a local hospital where she meets and falls in love with Alexander Tchaikovsky, a young, wounded soldier. When her father finds out about the trips outside the castle, he gives her his Eagle Medal of Honor as a reward for her generosity. Meanwhile, her parents have allowed the evil Rasputin in the palace in hopes that he will cure their son, Alexis, who suffers from hemophilia. Instead, Rasputin sells information about the royal family, which leads to their downfall. When the Bolsheviks revolt, Anastasia's family is imprisoned and sentenced to execution. Although her family is shot, the bullet meant for Anastasia hits and is deflected by her Eagle Medal. She escapes with Alexander, who is waiting to save her. They travel to his Uncle in the countryside to live a simple humble life. Her courage and strength make Anastasia a moving and original heroine. Children will learn the value of giving to those less fortunate and to choosing love over riches.
A spellbinding mix of adventure, comedy, romance and music, this acclaimed animated spectacular tells the thrilling story of the lost Russian princess Anastasia and her quest to find her true identity. When the shadow of revolution falls across Russia, the royal family's youngest daughter barely escapes with her life. Years later, Anastasia and a band of heroic companions must battle the evil Rasputin, his sidekick Bartok the bat and a host of ghostly minions in a headlong race to reach Paris, reclaim her rightful destiny and solve the greatest mystery of the 20th century.
A young girl heads from Russia to Paris, hoping to learn if she really is the long lost princess Anastasia, only to find unexpected love complicating matters of identity.
In this 'delicate, imaginative, beautifully mounted' ('New York Daily News') family movie based on the timeless children's classic, a resourceful young girl goes from riches to rags after her father is reported killed in WWI. But her vivid imagination, storytelling talent and supportive friends sustain her faith and hope through all her troubles.
A wealthy, precocious and loving child is raised in India, but sent away to a New York boarding school by her beloved father when he must go off to war. But when he is declared "missing in action," daddy's little princess, alone and penniless, must use her inner resources of warmth, imagination and principles to overcome hardship. Based on the beloved Victorian-era novel by Frances Hodgon Burnett, and adapted by Oscar-nominated screenwriter Richard LaGravenese ("The Horse Whisperer," "The Bridges of Madison County"). Starring Liesel Mathews ("Blast," "Air Force One"). The Hollywood Reporter calls this "a buoyant and charming adaptation... a magical celebration of one young girl's resilient spirit and triumph in the face of calamity." Variety calls it "an astonishing work... an exquisite, perfectly played serious fantasy... a children's film that plays equally well to kids and adults."
A wealthy, precocious and loving child is raised in India, but sent away to a New York boarding school by her beloved father when he must go off to war.
A wealthy, precocious and loving child is raised in India, but sent away to a New York boarding school by her beloved father when he must go off to war. But when he is declared "missing in action," daddy's little princess, alone and penniless, must use her inner resources of warmth, imagination and principles to overcome hardship. Based on the beloved Victorian-era novel by Frances Hodgon Burnett, and adapted by screenwriter Richard LaGravenese ("The Horse Whisperer," "The Bridges of Madison County").
A high-flying adventure from the magic of Steven Spielberg, HOOK stars Robin Williams as a grown-up Peter Pan and Dustin Hoffman as the infamous Captain Hook. Joining the fun is Julia Roberts as Tinkerbell, Bob Hoskins as the pirate Smee, and Maggie Smith as Granny Wendy Darling, who must convince the middle-aged lawyer, Peter Banning, that he was once the legendary Peter Pan. And so the adventure begins anew, with Peter off to Neverland to save his two children from Captain Hook. Along the way, he rediscovers the power of imagination, of friendship, and of magic. A classic tale updated for children of all ages, HOOK was nominated for five 1991 Academy Awards(r) including best visual effects.
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